Dynamic Home Care is a family run business, the management live under the same roof, we liaise with each other daily and therefore our clients’ can be assured that all of us can understand their individual care needs and important information is passed on.
Our primary objectives are giving our clients excellent care, promoting their wellbeing, safety, independence, quality of life as well as going that extra mile where possible.
Our Managing Director, Karla Blomquist has been working within the care sector for many years, primarily social care, however 3 years in a coordinator position within Mencap and experience in a SEND school. Karla holds a BA in Social Sciences and holds counselling and care qualifications. As Karla has been a full-time carer for her son, she previously employed carers for him too and wanted to offer her clients the same standard of service that she expected. Therefore, we ensure our staff have high standards, regular training and a general passion for the job.
Katy Griffiths is also a director and holds a level 3 qualification in Health and Social Care. Katy is currently studying a BSc Hons in Combined STEM with the Open University.
Jay Moat is Dynamic Home Care’s Manager, Jay spent over 15 years working for SECAMB, starting his career as an Ambulance Technician and working his way up to a Paramedic Practitioner, during this time he held many posts such as Clinical Team Leader, Kent Cardiac Lead, Preceptor (assessor for new paramedics), Mentor for ambulance technicians as well as Training Manager. Jay ended his medical career working in a GP surgery where he was IPC (infection & prevention control), Mental Health and Dementia lead officers.
Jacob deals with all the technical issues and is responsible for creating this website. Although care is not really his ‘thing’, Jacob has stepped in and acted as a driver several times!
Katy and Jacob are Karla and Jay’s adult children. Both are studying at the Open University. Katy assists her Mum with admin and payroll as well as child and dog care for the younger (and furrier) members of the family!
We believe that our combined experiences are unique as we have also seen the care industry from the angle of a service user. Karla’s 17-year-old disabled son (Jay’s stepson and Katy’s brother), suffered with spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy, learning difficulties, autism and chronic digestive problems. Miles lived at home for many years before moving into a specialist nursing home in Canterbury, therefore we all can empathise with our clients’ friends and families and understand the strains of being a full-time carer to a loved one.